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Page 102 text:
'THE TR 16.43 UR H C HIC ST
Manasquan High School
t Plow Jockeys Q W 7
I'resl11cn! ............................ EUGENE l' RLEMAIN
Vice Prcsidelzl . . . ..... THOMAS MURTON
Secretary ...... ....... Vl VARNER THURLUVT'
Treasurer ....... .... .............. E D VVIN HEIGHT
.411viser ...................... MR. RICHARD LIPPINCOTT
The Plow Jockey Club is made up of Agricultural students and others interested
in the Agricultural field. This years membership of thirty-six makes it the largest
in the club's three year history.
At one of the early meetings in the year. the purchase of jackets bearing the
insignia of the Plow Jockeys was discussed. Following student council approval
several of the members bought these jackets which have proven very satisfactory.
As most of the club members are interested in gunning. several of our meetings
consisted of studying game laws. safety with firearms and good sportsmanship. Just
before deer season opened. a discussion was led by the President on the proper size
of buckshot to be used in a shotgun.
Une trip was taken by the Club. Un this trip the boys attended the meetings
of the Young Farmers Association in the Y. M. C. A. Building in Trenton. Apple
packing contests. scarecrow building contests. corn husking contests and some nation-
ally known speakers made for a very worthwhile day.
A discussion of the hobbies of each member and instructive motion pictures
were the activities of the club during the spring months.
Club members include: George Allen. Joseph Assay. Robert Amey. Samuel
Ballard. Joseph Bovenzi. Donald Curtis. John Conklin. John Doherty. Arthur During.
Russell Clayton. John Goodfellow. Eugene Freeman. Howard Haley. Howard Hart-
man. Edwin Height. George Hendrickson. Fred Holloway. Martin Joyce. Jay King.
George Larrison, Robert Larrison. Robert LaVance. Donald Layton. Thomas Morton.
James Patterson. Charles Patterson. William Tilton. Warner Thurlow. Richard Trail.
Clayton Webber. William Winans. Edwin Woolley. Harris Gregory and Kenneth Aten.
Page 101 text:
'THE TREASURE CIJEST
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President ......... ........ J OHN MCLAIN
Vice President .... ..... L YNDON DUNDAS
Secretary .............................. DORIS KEYNTON
Treasurer .............................. ALBERT SHARIN
The Aviation Club contains twenty-two members. The club meets every first
and third Mondays.
The purpose behind this club is to study aviation in all parts of the world in
which we live. Discussions are held on gasoline models and also stick models. When
the weather is clear the boys bring in models to Hy out on the athletic field.
The Aviation and Glider club held a Model Airplane meeting to decide which
club could build the better planes. This meeting was held on April 13.
Page 103 text:
'THE TREASURIC CHEST
Model Airplane Builders lub
The hoys of Nlanasquan l'ligh School are doing their part in National Defense
hy lmnilding model aircraft for the United States Navy.
These planes are made of solid white pine and are huilt to specifications set
down hy the l'nited States Navy. To date several complete sets have heen huilt and
sent to their proper destination.
The hoys have cooperated whole-heartedly in this enterprise. All hoys who
have had their planes accepted will receive certificates from the United States Navy.
All hoys in the high school and elementary school are engaged in this great
task of providing planes for the purpose of recognition. cone of fire and range
estimation for the hoys of our armed forces. These hoys look forward to playing
an even greater part in National Defense. hoth during the summer and the coming
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